How to Setup Payroll

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Eyenalyze provides an easy to use payroll system that pulls payroll information from your point of sales system, and enables you to view and edit your payroll directly through Eyenalyze.  

Dashboard -> Labor Hub -> Settings

To set up your payroll parameters, from the dashboard go to the Labor Hub, then go to Settings.  In the General Section you can set up your overtime rate, and when you would like Eyenalyze to give you an overtime notification if you choose to do that.  

In the Payroll section you can choose your payroll provider.  For this example we will use Proliant.  You can specify your payroll tax which Eyenalyze will use to calculate your labor costs on the Dashboard.  You can select which pay period you use for your restaurant, and as you change your pay period, the options to customize your pay period will change below.  For example if you use a bi-monthly pay period, you can select which date range you would like to use for your pay period.  

In the Employees section you can view all of your employees present in your point of sales system.  Here you can view whether an employee is on a salary, or paid hourly.  You can also choose to exclude specific employees from your payroll, for example if they have an unpaid or training position, or exclude them cite-wide if they are no longer with you.  

Once you have set up all of these credentials in the eyenalyze system, you can export your payroll from Eyenalyze to your payroll provider.  Before doing so, make sure that you have assigned a Payroll ID to each employee.  If you have not done this, please view the tutorial on How to Assign Payroll ID’s to employees.  

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